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Everything revolves around family for Vanessa. Learn how she and her husband turned her idea for capturing memories into a business with 85 employees that delights international customers and helps them hold what matters.
Jessica started her career as an art director at a local ad agency. Her true passion, however, was interior design. As she dabbled in interior design, she began making a name for herself. Eventually, Jessica's success led to the need for a design studio where she could bring her designs to life. Hear how she blends business and family.
Former patent attorney and serial entrepreneur and leader Sara Jones loves to help people do their best work. She brings the same passion to her start-ups as she does to raising her two boys. See how she “fits it all in” and what she advises for conquering business fears.
Mama of five kids, Jeanette Bennett is founder and Editor-in-Chief of several regional magazines, and an active church volunteer. Learn how she manages her time in her beauti-FULL life, her personal mantras, and get the behind-the-scenes scoop of a mama magazine publisher.
Speaker, author, and mama of two, Michelle started her first business when she was 19. She currently runs three companies and consults businesses all over the world. She’s been interviewed for television and radio more than 100 times, including Good Morning America and The Today Show. Her radio show “Make It Happen” has over 1 million downloads.
Serial tech entrepreneur, co-founder of the Women Tech Council, and mama of three, Cydni focuses on building, launching and driving customer acquisition for technology products. In Contravent Labs, she bridges the technical and business worlds with her background as a computer scientist and MBA. Learn from Cydni’s powerful view of asking for what you want.